Peaches, tomatoes, figs, grapes, and basil are the true stars of this show. Burrata is our rich and creamy cheese of choice to marry all of these summer fruits together, but you can use any high-quality soft cheese for this recipe (you could even substitute with vegan ricotta for a dairy-free option).
How about this recipe for Goat Cheese Fig and Prosciutto Pizza for a quick dinner? Creamy, salty and sweet — this pizza is all summer and more.
You may be alarmed when you come face-to-face with the huge pile of kale necessary to make this salad. Don’t be frightened! After a roast in the oven, the leaves wilt and become more manageable and delicious. The beets also transform from earthy root vegetables to sweet and soft golden nuggets.
This please-all mezze platter will do just that – please everyone with it’s abundance of treats and options. Think of it as a heartier cheese plate with savory and sweet joining together in perfect harmony.
There are no fixed and fast rules on how you want to prepare a salad with fresh fruits. Just cut up the fruits and throw in whatever leftover fruits you can find in your refrigerator and serve with a simple dressing.
This is a no-hassle, powerhouse meal made with chia seeds that’ll get you out the door fast to rock your early workout, crush that morning meeting, and get you started on your to-do list.
This Baked Goat Cheese with Balsamic Glazed Figs is a serious crowd pleaser and the perfect festive appetizer for a holiday spread.
Fig Jam and Smoked Gouda Grilled cheese combine smoky and sweet in the perfect, sophisticated yet fun little sandwich that's perfect for a cozy meal.
Mulberries are good for your digestive system, lower your blood pressure, boost your immune system, lower your blood sugar level, keep your bones strong, and it's a great source of anti-aging!
This cake with figs and jam is super easy to prepare so you can ask your little ones to give you a helping hand in the production, which will make them proud and add even more happiness to a wonderful treat.